Pair of decorative coat of arms plaques from the 1960s. The heraldic plaques are octagonal wood, painted gold and lightly antiqued. The fronts are gold velvet with a gold, metal, coat of arms in the middle. One coat of arms is a lion and a horse. The other is laurel leaves around arrows and a shield.
Size: 6-1/2″x 6-1/2″. They hang by a visible, gold metal ring at the top.
Condition: There are some crushed areas on the velvet from improper storage through the years. Please see the close-up pictures. Otherwise, there are no problems.
Maker: Clifford Art Studio, Inc.; New York. They were sold by Town and Country, a high-end furniture store in Birmingham, Alabama open through the 1970’s
The velvet has some crushed spots from improper storage through the years. They were made by Clifford Art Studio, Inc., New York.